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TRUSTBUS
2005
Springer
14 years 25 days ago
Securing Operating System Services Based on Smart Cards
The executions of operating system services based on smart cards allow one to personalize some functionalities of the operating system by using the secret information stored in a s...
Luigi Catuogno, Roberto Gassirà, Michele Ma...
EUROPKI
2004
Springer
14 years 23 days ago
On the Use of Weber Polynomials in Elliptic Curve Cryptography
Abstract. In many cryptographic applications it is necessary to generate elliptic curves (ECs) with certain security properties. These curves are commonly constructed using the Com...
Elisavet Konstantinou, Yannis C. Stamatiou, Christ...
ADB
1994
311views Database» more  ADB 1994»
13 years 11 months ago
A Personal and Portable Database Server: the CQL Card
Database applications and technologies are of central importance in many information systems a person may encounter. To obtain services, the end-users are required a smart card (pl...
Pierre Paradinas, Jean-Jacques Vandewalle
SP
1999
IEEE
155views Security Privacy» more  SP 1999»
13 years 11 months ago
Software Smart Cards via Cryptographic Camouflage
A sensitive point in public key cryptography is how to protect the private key. We outline a method of protecting private keys using cryptographic camouflage. Specifically, we do ...
Douglas N. Hoover, B. N. Kausik
SIGOPSE
1994
ACM
13 years 11 months ago
New Directions for Integrated Circuit Cards Operating Systems
Integrated circuit cards or smart cards are now well-known. Applications such as electronic purses (cash units stored in cards), subscriber identification cards used in cellular te...
Pierre Paradinas, Jean-Jacques Vandewalle